Redeemer is a vibrant, active community. Gathering for fellowship, education, music, worship, and all of the above is a hallmark of our parish. From Bible studies to retreats, men's and women's groups to poetry enthusiasts, book club members to those focused on current events, all groups invite and welcome new participants.
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Children are at the heart of life at Redeemer! Children learn about the word of God through our Children's Christian Education programs; they are involved in worship services, they play music in our services, and they form lifelong friendships with each other through their experiences.
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Talking About Our Endowment
Sunday liturgies of word, sacrament, and music are central to our faith.
The community gathers to celebrate the sacrament of Holy Eucharist in four Sunday services and a Wednesday service.
The Liturgy Board is made up of lay leaders of the many
ministries that make our worship possible.
For more information:
Andrea Rogers, Liturgy Board Chair
The Rev. Melanie W. J. Slane, Ass…Read More »
Jesus calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Our mission ministries serve those in need through various organizations and projects in our local community and beyond. We find that we often receive more than we give.
The Mission Board is made up of the Mission Outreach Committee (MOC) and the Mission Funding Committee (MFC). Lay leaders of mission ministries make up the MOC. T…Read More »
Jesus said, “By this they will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:35) Our pastoral ministries include the many ways that we welcome, support, uplift, care, and pray for one another. Lay ministers and clergy join in welcoming newcomers, celebrating milestones, and caring for those in any need or trouble.
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We believe God calls us to be responsible stewards of our lives, including our financial resources, estates, time and talents, and creation itself. This includes the ways we give back to God through the church, using our gifts for the glory of God and to serve God’s purposes in the world.
For more information:
Betsy Schram, Stewardship Board Chair
The Rev. Philip DeVaul, Rector